So I'm a bit (a lot) of a perfectionist so it wold take me 328,426, 554 (give or take) years to finish a short story I was satisfied with so I used a short story generator to make one. It's a bit like mad libs. I just pressed the suggest button and used the first option it gave me.

Sinister Virginia Smart

A Short Story
by Sarah Isabel

Virginia Smart had always loved cold Newton Abbot with its old, open oceans. It was a place where she felt jumpy.

She was a sinister, arrogant, wine drinker with chubby lips and fluffy toenails. Her friends saw her as a dripping, disgusted dolphin. Once, she had even saved a large disabled person that was stuck in a drain. That's the sort of woman he was.

Virginia walked over to the window and reflected on her dirty surroundings. The rain hammered like bouncing pigeons.

Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of John Parker. John was a down to earth rover with fluffy lips and handsome toenails.

Virginia gulped. She was not prepared for John.

As Virginia stepped outside and John came closer, she could see the grieving glint in his eye.

John gazed with the affection of 7316 ruthless pleasant puppies. He said, in hushed tones, "I love you and I want a phone number."

Virginia looked back, even more confident and still fingering the minuscule knife. "John, I admire your eyebrows," she replied.

They looked at each other with sad feelings, like two pleasant, poised pigeons laughing at a very daring accident, which had jazz music playing in the background and two stingy uncles gyrating to the beat.

Virginia regarded John's fluffy lips and handsome toenails. "I feel the same way!" revealed Virginia with a delighted grin.

John looked puzzled, his emotions blushing like a strong, scandalous sausage.

Then John came inside for a nice glass of wine.

THE END

Hope you enjoyed. If you want to try it out for yourself you can go to https://www.plot-generator.org.uk/story/.

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15 Day Writing Challenge Topics:
Day 1. Write an article that's about YOU. Introduce yourself!
Day 2. Make a list of the things that you are grateful for.
Day 3. Make a list of your favorite books.
Day 4. Make a list with things you couldn't live without.
Day 5. Write a short story.
Day 6. Make a list of your favorite movies.
Day 7. Write an article about something that you find interesting.
Day 8. Make a list of your favorite destinations.
Day 9. Your own idea, for a challenge.
Day 10. Write a book review.
Day 11. Make a list of places you want to go.
Day 12. Write a movie review.
Day 13. Write about your passion(s), or what you just really like to do.
Day 14. Write some facts about yourself.
Day 15. Make an Autumn/Winter/Spring/Summer bucket list.